Apple Upside-Down Cake for Rosh Hashanah
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Apple Upside-Down Cake for Rosh Hashanah

The Apple Upside-Down Cake for Rosh Hashanah is bought to make your New Year sweet. The Jewish new year always holds so much promise and every dessert has honey in it. The traditional foods for this holiday are honey cake and teiglach. Check out my twist on these classic recipes with my Honey Cake Ice… Continue reading Apple Upside-Down Cake for Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah

High Holidays with a Baby

The high holidays are a time to celebrate and reflect which can be hard to do or nearly impossible when you have a baby. Whether you are able to bring your baby to services this year or if you’ll have to sit this one out. Hopefully using a couple of my tips and tricks your… Continue reading High Holidays with a Baby

yom kippur

A Meaningful Yom Kippur As A Mom

Yom Kippur often stands out of me as the holiday that just feels different once you've become a mother (or are pregnant).  Had you asked me before I ever became a mom if fasting on Yom Kippur was important to me, I probably would have shrugged.  There were years when I fasted and years when… Continue reading A Meaningful Yom Kippur As A Mom

Jewish Kids from Scratch, Rosh Hashanah, yom kippur

Help Your Kids Enjoy Services at Temple

The idea of bringing kids to temple can be overwhelming and stressful and every congregation has a different tolerance for kiddo noise and squirms.  I have been bringing my kids to services with me for a long time and also teach religious school, so here are some of my recommendations for making it easier. 1.… Continue reading Help Your Kids Enjoy Services at Temple